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Get the tissues out – Nathan Sykes‘ new music video for his single “Over and Over Again” might make you cry.
The 22-year-old singer announced the release of his Notebook-inspired clip viaTwitter on Wednesday, writing, “Beyond excited to say that the #OverAndOverAgainVideo is finally here!!! Really hope you love it as much as I do!!”
After spending the better part of a decade stuck in a prolonged legal battle with her record label, JoJo made her triumphant return to pop music earlier this year with not one but threesingles—a tringle, as she dubbed it. Now, she’s following up the dance-heavy clip for “When Love Hurts” with a video for the tringle’s most affecting song, the supercharged ballad “Say Love,” over at BuzzFeed.
“It’s based what my girlfriend was going through,” JoJo told TIME earlier this yearabout the track’s meaning. “She was the first to tell her eventual boyfriend that she loved him. She put herself out there and made herself vulnerable. He was saying all the other right things but was maybe afraid to say ‘I love you’ back. Now they’re together and everything’s great—they’re madly in love! There is a happy ending!—but it’s a call to action. At a certain point, she had to demand more.”
First out of the gate on Aug. 14 was Fifth Harmony’s catchy “I’m in Love With a Monster,” the theme song for the upcoming animated sequel Hotel Transylvania 2(Sept. 25). The song rises 35-22 on the Billboard + Twitter Top Tracks chart dated Sept. 12. Then JoJo signaled her long-awaited return with the simultaneous release of three singles on Aug. 21. The singer/songwriter’s “tringle” includes Samuels’ “Say Love,” which debuts at No. 34 on Billboard’s Pop Digital Songs chart dated Sept. 12. (In the exclusive video below, watch the pair get emotional in the studio while recording the power ballad.) The busy producer is also executive-producing Sykes’ forthcoming solo debut album after his exit from The Wanted.